Pink Turns Down Judging, Bee Gees #1 Again – Entertainment News
The new face of Cover Girl, Pink, has been offered plenty opportunities to judge singing competitions. Pink told the Australian Herald Sun that she has been offered American Idol and the X Factor but has turned them down because she wouldn’t be able to be honest enough as a judge and wouldn’t want to hurt anyone’s feelings.
She also talked about how thrilled she is that Cher has decided to record one of her songs for an. Pink’s own album, The Truth About Love, hits stores September 18. Cher’s album doesn’t currently have a release date.
Kelly Clarkson and The Fray teamed up to help a crew member who became seriously ill while on the road. Kelly’s record label confirmed to ABC News Radio that at Kelly and The Fray’s August 1 concert in Phoenix, Arizona, a 57-year-old stagehand suffered a stroke and was taken to the hospital. Unfortunately, the man was without health insurance. Kelly and the guys in The Fray were asked if they’d sign a get well card for the man, they decided to do something even better: collect cash for him. Everyone passed the hat around, collecting all the cash they had on hand, and donated over two thousand dollars to pay for the stricken man’s hospital bills.
The Bee Gees 2004 compilation Number Ones has re-entered the pop chart at #5. How did this happen? Leave it to Amazon.com. The website marked down the their best-of collection to 99 cents from August 3 through 5, leading to a sales increase of 3,049%, according to Nielsen Soundscan. Even the death of Bee Gee Robin Gibb back in May didn’t spur the band’s back catalog to sell in those quantities.
According to Billboard, this is The Bee Gees’ highest-charting album since 1980, when they topped the charts with another compilation, Greatest. It’s also their first top 10 since the soundtrack for Stayin’ Alive, the Saturday Night Fever sequel, reached #6 in 1983.